Published: Sat, July 15, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Will Ibrahimovic Return To Manchester United Once Again?

Will Ibrahimovic Return To Manchester United Once Again?

United were brilliant in Mourinho's first summer as United boss and although this one hasn't gone as much to plan in what has proved to be an absolutely insane transfer window, there is a real confidence that Woodward will get the deals over the line before the end of August.

The out-of-contract Ibrahimovic, 35, was United's top scorer last term after joining on a one-year deal, but he was injured in April and is likely to be sidelined at least until December.

"There was not a new contract". So he wants to challenge himself and keep playing still at the highest level.

"He has been bought to win the Premier League for Manchester United, they haven't done it since Sir Alex Ferguson left so every year that goes by that is more pressure added on to the players that are there". "I played with him since the age of eight so it is very sad, and this a very hard time for me", he said.

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"They had a brilliant season previous year but ultimately the Premier League is the be-all and end-all".

Galaxy coach Onalfo was coy on such talk, saying "our policy is not to comment on players that are not part of our team", but he was more forthcoming about the club's transfer plans in general. "He is a big personality and a big player", the Portuguese said. We aren't happy with just Lukaku and Lindelof. It's a move that not only has helped Ibrahimovic step up his recovery, he's also stayed in the club's thinking ahead of next season.

"Romelu has scored goals in the last four seasons, for West Brom and Everton, they are buying someone who scores goals in this league, that is guaranteed. But we need one more to give us more options".

Now, it would be about which of the clubs had made the better signing (s) - if you take the whole summer transfer window into account by the time the Premier League season really gets going - once the season hits the take-off mark.

"He will hopefully bring goals", Mourinho said. "I didn't negotiate, it was Mr Woodward who negotiated with Romelu, his agent and the Everton board", the 54-year-old said.

"(Last season) was a good experience, I learned a lot of things and hopefully I can use them now here back at United.

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